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04-07-2016, 02:31 AM - 2 Likes   #1
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Pics of K-1 24-70,70-200 with other cameras

Find a link that has the high rez pictures of K-1, DFA 24-70, DFA* 70-200 and mounted with few other lenses(yes FA limited are there) compared to few other brand's cameras and their 24-70 and 70-200 and other lense. Pretty cool size reference and seeing the K-1 mount different lenses in those pictures!

Also there is a picture of DFA 24-70, Canon 24-70 L II, Sony FE 24-70 G Master and Nikon 28-70 in there. And another picture of Pentax , Canon Nikon 70-200 size comparison there.

Especially like the K-1 with A900 pictures, looks like brother cameras in arms

PS the link is in Chinese, but just enjoy the pictures should be OK.

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http://forum.xitek.com/thread-1558363-1-1-1.html

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omg the K-1 looks just so sexy with the legacy glas! i should start saving up for the next 2 or 3 years :S

thanks for the picture series
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The K-1 and FA43 is a match made in heaven!
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Wow. It's dwarfed by the Canon and Nikon. (Do the portrait-orientation grips for the Canikons even come off?) A fairer size comparison might have been made with the K-1's battery grip fitted, but OTOH if the Canikons have them integral to the camera, then these ARE the bodies in their native state...

Given the price and size differential, I can see the possibility of defectors. Not all that many, and probably not if they're already eye deep in Canikon system lenses and flashes (if nothing else, changing systems is expensive), but if you're the sort who can do without the grip in the interests of a more portable package, those who exchange APS-C for full-frame might find reasons to jump ship.

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QuoteOriginally posted by quh86 Quote
omg the K-1 looks just so sexy with the legacy glas! i should start saving up for the next 2 or 3 years :S

thanks for the picture series
I was contemplating getting a K1, then got to thinking since I have my K3ll, K5lls all of my lenses etc., which I'm perfectly happy with, I needed this sexy beast more. In other words my photography GBA has reached it's peak.
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Nice find, I love the comparaison
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QuoteOriginally posted by Oldbayrunner Quote
I needed this sexy beast more.
Interesting. Mind telling us what model that is, I want to look it up. I can't see your photo well.
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Wow. It's dwarfed by the Canon and Nikon. (Do the portrait-orientation grips for the Canikons even come off?) A fairer size comparison might have been made with the K-1's battery grip fitted, but OTOH if the Canikons have them integral to the camera, then these ARE the bodies in their native state...
If you look at picture 25 & 26, both are pictures of Canon 5D Mark III and K-1, 25 is the Canon with the grip and 26 is without it that should be rather fair. For the 1DX and D3X their vertical grip is build in, so you can't take it off.

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Thanks for the link!

QuoteOriginally posted by hoopsontoast Quote
The K-1 and FA43 is a match made in heaven!
Aw Yeah. Looks wonderful with the three amigos.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ColiNiloK Quote
25 is the Canon with the grip and 26 is without it that should be rather fair.
Agree completely.

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For the 1DX and D3X their vertical grip is build in, so you can't take it off.
So that's fair, then - straight out of the box. I know which one I'd rather carry around all day.
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Agree completely.

So that's fair, then - straight out of the box. I know which one I'd rather carry around all day.
Haha not if you want to carry the Canon 1DX or Nikon D3X just as portable gym

BTW guys, in that post there is actually a Chinese review of the K-1, it is with English subtitles, just share with you all as well. It's in the middle of the 4th page, the pictures are in the first page.

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http://forum.xitek.com/thread-1558363-4-1-1.html
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When I saw picture #12, showing the K-1 alongside all three members of the FA Limited family (77, 43, 31), I just thought: "There's so much photographic power here!"
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QuoteOriginally posted by wissink Quote
Interesting. Mind telling us what model that is, I want to look it up. I can't see your photo well.
It is a Feel Free Lure 13.5 fully outfitted with the stand up bar, uni-bar and rudder system (also; Lowrance Elite 5 chart plotter/fishfinder, West Marine VHF radio and Anchor Wizard winch system)
The only additional I've added since this photo is a Newport Vessel 46# thrust trolling motor for long bay/ocean trips or foul weather. Total outlay around $2950.00

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QuoteOriginally posted by quh86 Quote
omg the K-1 looks just so sexy with the legacy glas! i should start saving up for the next 2 or 3 years :S

thanks for the picture series
QuoteOriginally posted by hoopsontoast Quote
The K-1 and FA43 is a match made in heaven!
Sure is sexy !
I'm glad I have kept my silver FA 31mm Ltd !! Who knows? Maybe I will one day get the K-1 !!
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K1 is much more beautiful looking!
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